In KCT we say ‘Character is life’. Sports build one’s character and help reflect it at the right time. In many lives sports has been the key to open the magical doors to success. Sports always pushes one forward to do something that an ordinary wouldn’t do. If laboratories in colleges are meant for honing technical skills, sports, grounds, and courts are for their life skills
The play arena is a unique laboratory which teaches and allows students to experiment the life by imbibing a vast range of verticals within every sportsman. In a way, sports always makes us more organized and self-disciplined.
To inculcate the sportsmanship spirit Kumaraguru has been celebrating this sports fest for the past 15 years in the name of Arutchelvar Dr. N. Mahalingam Rolling trophy.
KICS – Inauguration Kick-started with lighting the flame of Sportsmanship
The 16th edition of KICS was inaugurated on 22 August 2019 by Shri Shankar Vanavarayar, Joint Correspondent, KCT in the sports grounds of Kumaraguru campus and KICS is also the 2nd edition for KCLAS. The distinguished athletes who have brought laurels to KCT carried the torch to light the symbolic Olympic flame. Amidst the cheers and enthusiasm of the participants, the first highlight was the friendly basketball match between the KCT Alumni and the current KCT team. Other fixtures also soon followed with great sporting spirit. Sports persons from various colleges across the state who have proven their mettle on the tracks and fields enrolled at KICS which guaranteed a showcase of best sporting talents and spirit of comradeship.
The adrenaline-fuelled cricket fixtures started earlier this week with 12 teams competing with eachother for a championship. The fixture ended with SREC beating KCT by 6 runs. Football 5’s was the next event, with 12 teams competing in this short, quick-paced game in which players from Rathinam College were the winners while CMS bagged the second place. Various Martial Arts events took place in different weight categories. Participants from various colleges emerged as Winners and Runners up in Karate, Silambam, and Wushu, in each weight category.